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Document Number: 2-450214-010
Version as of: May 14, 2010
Vision.net DMX512 Interface Installation & Operation Guide
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Vision.net DMX512 Interface
Installation & Operation Guide
Important Safeguards
When using electrical equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed
including the following:
a. READ AND FOLLOW ALL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.
b. Do not use outdoors.
c. Do not mount near gas or electric heaters.
d. Equipment should be mounted in locations and at heights where it will not
readily be subjected to tampering by unauthorized personnel.
e. The use of accessory equipment not recommended by the manufacturer
may cause an unsafe condition.
f. Do not use this equipment for other than intended use.
g. Refer service to qualified personnel.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
WARNING: You must have access to a main circuit breaker or other power
disconnect device before installing any wiring. Be sure that power is disconnected
by removing fuses or turning the main circuit breaker off before installation.
Installing the device with power on may expose you to dangerous voltage and
damage the device. A qualified electrician must perform this installation.
WARNING: Refer to National Electrical Code® and local codes for cable
specifications. Failure to use proper cable can result in damage to equipment or
danger to persons.
CAUTION: Wire openings MUST have fittings or lining to protect wires/cables
from damage. Use 90° C copper wire only!
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface ....................................................................................................................................... 3
About this Guide ............................................................................................................... 3
Vision.net System Overview ..................................................................................................... 4
Installation ................................................................................................................................. 5
Setting Vision.net Network ID .................................................................................................. 6
Configuration ............................................................................................................................ 6
Concepts............................................................................................................................ 6
Operation ................................................................................................................................... 8
Selecting a Scene .............................................................................................................. 8
Recording a Scene............................................................................................................. 8
DMX512 Input .................................................................................................................. 8
Specifications ............................................................................................................................ 8
Electrical ........................................................................................................................... 8
Communications ............................................................................................................... 8
Connection Pin-Outs ................................................................................................................. 9
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PREFACE
About this Guide
The document provides programming and installation instructions for the following Vision.net
products:
•
63054 Vision.net DMX512 Interface
Please read all instructions before installing or using this product. Retain this guide for future
reference.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION. PLEASE READ!
This unit is intended for installation in accordance with the National Electric Code® and local
regulations. It is also intended for permanent installation in indoor applications only. Before
any electrical work is performed, disconnect power at the circuit breaker or remove the fuse to
avoid shock or damage to the control. It is recommended that a qualified electrician perform
this installation.
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VISION.NET SYSTEM OVERVIEW
The Vision.net System is designed to control architectural lighting by distributing both power
and intelligence.
The system provides processing power and control at each respective Pushbutton, Fader or
Touch Screen Station, eliminating the need for a central processor.
Fader Stations provide individual control for up to 15 channels and 8 scenes, all with
adjustable fade times.
Multiple Stations may be linked together for control of up to 128 channels and 32 scenes.
By combining Vision.net Fader Stations, Vision.net Button Stations and Vision.net Touch
Screens, the system provides remote access to scenes, Master Raise/Lower control, Multiroom partition control, or Master Station Lockout.
Vision.net Master Stations are compatible with Strand Lighting A21, C21, EC21, and R21
Dimmer Cabinets, and Contact Relay Panels. Third-party DMX512 compatible products may
also be controlled with the Vision.net DMX512 Interface.
Vision.net products are controlled by the Vision.net System protocol. All Vision.net control
devices must be connected to the Vision.net system and given a unique ID (or address) in
order to interact properly. The ID identifies the device on the network and allows the device to
avoid network collisions when transmitting data.
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INSTALLATION
The Vision.net Network consists of a single CAT5e cable connecting all modules in a daisy
chain manner via RS-485. All units connect to the network using a 9-pin plug-in connector
(included).
To install:
Step 1. Unpack unit and inspect for any signs of shipping damage.
Step 2. Connect Vision.net Network Cables to the 9-pin connector .
Step 3. Connect DMX512 Cables to the 5-pin connector.
Step 4. Set the ID Address for the card using the rotary switches.
Note: Use only wire specified on system drawings. All wiring must be daisy chained only.
CONNECTION TO CONTROLLER BOARD
(NO USER OR SYSTEM CONNECTIONS)
J1
(DMX IN)
J2
(DMX IN)
J6
(VISION.NET)
J5
(VISION.NET)
SW3
(X10)
SW2
(X1)
SW1
J4
DMX IN
BELDEN #9829
DMX OUT
BELDEN #9829
FROM: VISION.NET
STATION
BELDEN #1583A
GROUND
GROUND
+ NET V
+ NET V
GROUND
+ NET V
DATA +
DATA _
GROUND
+ NET V
GROUND
+ NET V
GROUND
+ NET V
DATA +
DATA _
DMX +
NO CONN
NO CONN
SHIELD
DMX _
DMX +
NO CONN
NO CONN
SHIELD
DMX _
NOT USED (NO CONNECTION)
VISION.NET OUT DEVICE ID NO.
RESET SWITCH
FROM: VISION.NET
STATION
BELDEN #1583A
NOTE:
SET VISION.NET OUTPUT ID NUMBER
TO MATCH CONFIGURATION FILE.
Figure 1: Wiring
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SETTING VISION.NET NETWORK ID
Vision.net products are controlled by the Vision.net System protocol. All Vision.net devices
must be given an ID (or address), which identifies the device on the network and allows it to
avoid network collisions when transmitting data.
Standard IDs are in the range of 1 to 255. The Network ID for the DMX512 Interface will be
pre-assigned at 1 by the factory, so it will need to be set to the required address for your
installation.
The Vision.net DMX512 Interface is programmed using Vision.net Designer software
(supplied separately, part # 67518). To obtain the Vision.net Designer software, please contact
your local Strand Lighting Distributor or download it directly from www.strandlighting.com
Setting the Vision.net Network ID:
•
Set the ID Address for the card using the rotary switches at the back of the panel
Interface.
CONFIGURATION
Concepts
Output devices are devices that connect to the Vision.net Network and drive lights or other
controllable elements. These are typically Strand Lighting A21, C21, EC21, and R21 Dimmer
Cabinets, or Contact Relay Panels. DMX512-only devices may also be controlled using the
Vision.net DMX512 Interface.
Adding an output device to the network in Vision.net Designer is done using the "Add to
network" button.
Output Configuration Device Example
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For each Dimmer/DMX512 address of the Dimmer or Output card, you may assign the
following:
•
Description
•
Group
•
Channel
•
Dimmer/Non Dim
•
Priority
DMX
The DMX512 output address.
Description
Optional text entry to identify the circuit.
Group
The Group/Room that that channel belongs to.
Channel
The room channel which the dimmer or DMX512 address will respond to.
Non Dim/Dimmer
Specifies whether the circuit is a switching circuit, or one that dims from 0 to 100%.
Priority
This is a priority setting, allowing the output channel to be controlled on one of the following
basis:
•
Highest Takes Precedence
•
If DMX present, then no Architectural
•
DMX Only
•
Architectural Only
Note: You can use Vision.net Designer in Design mode, working off line to prepare some
presets. You can do this by using the Rack and DMX512 simulation tools available in
Vision.net Designer. Once you have recorded your desired states, you can connect your
computer to the Vision.net system using the Vision.net RS-232 Interface (part # 63025).
Selecting the Synchronize Tool, the Output device settings can be downloaded or uploaded
to/from the real output device.
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OPERATION
Selecting a Scene
Using an 8-button station provides access to eight scenes (1 - 8). To select a scene, press the
appropriate button on the keypad. The LED will illuminate to show the selected scene.
Recording a Scene
If the 8-button station does not have the "Disable Press-Hold Learn" feature disabled. Pressing
and holding the button on for 3 or more seconds will record the current state into the scene.
The LED for the scene will then illuminate to confirm that it has been recorded.
DMX512 Input
If there is a DMX512 signal present on the DMX512 input J1, you can snapshot the levels of
the DMX512 for channels in the selected room that you are recording into. You can also
configure the way that recorded scenes combine with the current DMX512 signal being sent
into the card. See "Configuration" on page 6.
SPECIFICATIONS
Electrical
•
Input Power: +18-26 VDC (powered from the Vision.net network)
•
Current: up to 2A
•
Temperature
- Storage: -25° to 85° C
- Operating: 0° to 40° C
- Relative Humidity: 30-90% (non-condensing)
Communications
8
•
Vision.net Protocol
•
DMX512
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CONNECTION PIN-OUTS
J5 + J6 Vision Net
1
Data +
White/Orange
2
Data -
Orange
3
Shield
4
+24v
5
GND
White/Green
Green
6
+24v
White/Blue
7
GND
Blue
8
+24v
White/Brown
9
GND
Brown
J1 – DMX512 In
1
Shield
2
Data -
3
Data +
4
NC
5
NC
J2 – DMX512 Out
1
Shield
2
Data -
3
Data +
4
NC
5
NC
J4 – Not Used (no connection)
Note: 9-Pin Serial Connector is for factory use only (not for Vision.net configuration port).
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